Wednesday, March 09, 2022

New Author Introduction - Atul Ingle

Atul Ingle has kindly agreed to help me publishing the posts and also give his unique view on image sensor from computer vision developer point of view.

Atul Ingle is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Portland State University. His research interests are in the fields of computational imaging, computer vision and signal processing. His current research involves co-design of imaging hardware and algorithms for single-photon image sensors. More broadly, he is interested in both passive and active 3D imaging applications that are severely resource-constrained in terms of power, bandwidth, and compute. Atul holds a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Wisconsin-Madison.


  1. Anonymous said...

    It's great to have writers not from big industry players, to avoid articles with biased point of view!

    Vladimir, you succeed to keep a very neutral 'editorial' line, facts based and with willingness to keep a scientific precision. Also respectfully of others work.
    This is n°1 value of your blog.

    I spend more time on this blog than Instagram or Facebook :-)

  2. @Anonymous - thank you for the kind words! I will certainly try my best to be fair and balanced on what I cover. (To start, I promise I'll post a wide range things that aren't limited to just my own work or my friends' and collaborators' papers!) Please don't hesitate to post feedback here as a comment or email me at ingle dot atul at ieee dot org. You can also email me papers and articles that you think should be shared on this blog because they may be of interest to this community and I will try my best to post them here in a timely fashion.


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